The SketchUp ur space is becoming popular all corner of the world and getting warm applauses from SketchUp users. Presently we have incredible numbers of readers and we are getting huge requests from newbie designers and modelers to showcase their work.
Keeping this in mind we are trying to make our magazine more informative by providing lots of articles and tutorials as well as video tutorials.
We are going to publish the next issue (i.e. January 2013) of the magazine. The present theme of the magazine is “SketchUp For Game Design”. SketchUp is a very promising tool for modeling, modding, rendering and visualization of game environment. The game developers can produce magically immersive worlds which provide pragmatic backdrops to enlighten their stories. The SketchUp ur space team has presented an interesting cover story focusing various aspects of SketchUp for game developer. In interview section there will be a spectacular interview with Rachmat Nurhadi, the most promising landscape architect and 3D visualizer from Indonesia. In this interview the readers will come to know about how SketchUp can be applied for landscape designing.
In article section there will be some impressive articles presented by some renowned architect and writers. Paul Stefanik, the well-known author & principle of Design Intent Studio LLC has presented an article about how to hide and unhide the right way applying outliner and components of SketchUp.
Belen Fernandez, the renowned technical architect from Spain has provided a case study about an educational project conducted primarily with SketchUp.
Suttipong Robkham, a budding designer and president of PLAN NEXT STEP INTERNATIONAL Co Ltd, has presented his personal experience working with SketchUp.
In tutorial section there will be a case study with SketchUp pro and how SketchUp facilitates wood workers presented by Robert W Lang.
In news section the readers will get some latest happening with SketchUp in 3D world.
Hope our readers will like this month’s issue and provide their cordial support for the successful publication of the magazine in near future.
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